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Feed for Need

by Michelle Sadowitz

How many of you are frustrated because you exercise so hard and give it all you got but your weight
just doesn’t seem to budge? How many of you are frustrated because you buy healthy foods and eat
fairly healthy but can’t seem to drop any weight?

Proper nutrition plays a vital role in your success and
reaching those goals that you have. Whether that is to lose body fat, gain muscle mass, or feel more
energized... what you feed your body determines a lot!

Some of you out there may feel like you are at a plateau - you exercise so hard but nothing is
happening, you’re eating healthy and cutting out certain foods but you still don’t see results.... there
are a lot of diet plans out there whether it’s the Keto diet, Atkins diet, low carb, low fat etc...
sometimes it’s confusing to know what is best for you. Well, here are the basics that apply to everyone.

Macronutrients are the main nutrients that make up the food we eat, you have all heard of these
before; protein, fats, and carbohydrates. Most foods contain a mixture but can generally be classified
by which macro they contain the most of. Your body is energized and functions by these nutrients, so
making sure to have a proper balance is key!

Carbohydrates are the main source of your energy and so it should comprise most of your caloric intake. Next up would be protein; this is key for muscle growth and repair, and should be the second main source of your caloric intake. Lastly would be fat. This is important too as it is the primary source of energy for the body when it is at rest as well as low-moderate intensity activity.

Now you can break things down and get more specific with numbers and percentages based on
activity level, height, and weight.... but the basics are still the same across the board! If you want to see results and tone up, lose weight, or gain muscle start with the basics. Start changing the way you eat. Start with a more balanced approach to your nutrition.

Some Ideas for good quality Carbohydrates: whole wheat, oats, brown rice, fruits, and vegetables.

Some Ideas for good quality Protein: White flesh fish, skinless chicken breast/turkey breast, eggs,
cottage cheese, plain Greek yogurt, and tofu.

Some Ideas for good quality Fats: unsalted nuts, avocados, chia seeds, fatty fish (salmon, trout), and
olive oil.

A consistent, balanced diet will help you get to the place that you want to be and improve your overall
health! Happy eating!

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